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It seems like 5 minutes ago that we met our friends’ little Sienna when she was just 6 days old. Actually, it kind of feels like 5 minutes ago that we met her big sister Summer, who is 2.5! Now Sienna is already 4 months old – and still really, really cute.

When we first arrived at their house, Sienna spent some time snoozing on J while Summer showed off her new swingset and iPad2:

Summer & Sienna

Then Sienna woke up and showed off her smile!

Sienna

And we took some sister photos of these two adorable girls:

Sienna & Summer

Summer & Sienna

How amazingly mischievously sweet is this expression?!

Summer

Lastly, the girls played dress-up – Sienna as a tiny Easter bunny and Summer as a fairy (with errands to run)!

Sienna & Summer

Such a fun Saturday afternoon with this crew! 🙂

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E and Remy have developed an adorable little friendship over E’s last several visits to FL. E now even has a name for Remy (“Hem”) and talks about him a lot – and by talks about him, I mean he reminisces with sounds, signs, and pointing. He’s not quite on full sentences yet. And Remy is preparing to be a big brother, being so sweet to E, calling him “Baby Efan,” holding his hand as they go places, and protecting him from other kids who try to steal his Thomas toy. They’re crazy cute on their own, and put them together… adorableness ensues.

Here they are, two of my favorite subjects:

E & Rem

And no visit with E can be complete without at least a mini photo shoot, so here are some shots of this very handsome and quickly growing-up 20-month-old, showing off his amazing Cleveland-white legs in his FL shorty shorts:

E

The two shots that make me crazy to look at…

E

E and his BFF (oh, and mom) checking out the wild squirrels:

E & D

One last shot – Sweet little Rem:

Rem

Those two boys make me very happy. Lots of cuteness. 🙂

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Now that the Sarasota Film Festival of 2011 has come to an end, I have some catch-up posting to do! The second big party was Cinema Tropicale, held at the gorgeous Sarasota Yacht Club, where there was lots of dancing, eating, drinking and enjoying the beautiful scenery:

SFF Cinema Tropicale

A chef whipping up Bananas Foster (how he didn’t lose an eyebrow – or both – is beyond me):

SFF Cinema Tropicale

Mangrove Slasher II director Sean Haitz (right) and director of photography and editor Chris Potter (left) chat with the media:

SFF Cinema Tropicale

Student circus performers…

SFF Cinema Tropicale

…and ballroom dancers:

SFF Cinema Tropicale

Guests kicking some SFF beach balls back into the pool:

SFF Cinema Tropicale

The band Cabal was incredible, with lead singer Ari McManus’ mesmerizing voice…

SFF Cinema Tropicale

…and inspiring instrumentals that had guests moving:

SFF Cinema Tropicale

Photos from Night of 1,000 Stars, Saturday’s Filmmaker Tribute, and Geena Davis’ and Christopher Plummer’s Conversation series to come.

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This year’s Sarasota Film Festival opened last Friday night with the film Page One at the Sarasota Opera House. Here’s a handful of shots from the night…

SFF’s president, Mark Famiglio, being interviewed on the red carpet:

SFF 2011 Opening Night

Page One star and New York Times journalist Brian Stelter:

SFF 2011 Opening Night

SFF’s Tom Hall and Holly Herrick:

SFF 2011 Opening Night

Page One‘s Brian Stelter, David Carr, and director Andrew Rossi with Submarine Entertainment’s Josh Braun and Participant Media’s Diane Weyermann:

SFF 2011 Opening Night

Tom Hall conducting a Q&A with Brian Stelter, David Carr, and Andrew Rossi:

SFF 2011 Opening Night

And some shots of the post-screening courtyard party:

SFF 2011 Opening Night

SFF 2011 Opening Night

SFF 2011 Opening Night

Cinema Tropicale is next – Wednesday night at the Yacht Club!

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Happy birthday to my Sisser!

Nathan, Dana, & Ethan

Sisser

Feeling very lucky and grateful that we get to celebrate together. 🙂

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Another SRQ post! The April issue features, in addition to several Sarasota wedding photographers :-), the annual readers awards, “Best of SRQ Local.” A handful of other photographers and I were asked to capture voters with their picks – This is the first year SRQ has added this twist, and it was really fun to meet the local voters and hear about their favorite spots.

Here are the ones I shot…

Voter Frank Maggio with Wendy Gingerich and Valarie Wadsworth at Yume Sushi, first runner-up for Best Sushi:

Frank Maggio & friends at Yume

Phil Carey at Mozaic, contender for Best Wine Menu:

Phil Carey at Mozaic

Elsie Gilmore at Everything but the Girl, second runner-up for Best Place to Find a Gift, and Molly Klauber at Mediterraneo, second runner-up for Best Pasta:

Elsie Gilmore at Everything but the Girl & Molly Klauber at Mediterraneo

Voter Lisa Angely with Brett Blackburn, Austin Gobczynski and Tyler Angely at Caragiulos, which she voted for Best Family Restaurant:

Lisa Angely & friends & family at Caragiulos

Lastly, I voted for the Ringling Museum as Best Visitor Attraction, which got second runner-up behind Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium and the winner, Sarasota’s beaches. Cat Pennenga photographed me, along with my sister Dana and handsome little nephew, Ethan, by the Ca d’Zan:

photo by Cat Pennenga

Check out the other winners, contenders, and voters in the April 2011 issue of SRQ!

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SRQ Magazine featured a spread on some wedding photographers in the April issue (out now) – Check it out below! Thanks to photo editor Cat Pennenga, photographer Herb Booth, and everyone involved in the shoot for making it fun and painless! It was interesting, somewhat uncomfortable, but also a good time to be on that side of things – and I was honored to be alongside such amazingly talented photographers, everyone with their own unique experience and style.

SRQ April 2011

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